IMPORTANT: Submit Speaking Proposal to Safety-Critical Software Summit, Prague+Virtual, June 27-30

Min Yu

ELISA community members,

A new event, Safety-Critical Software Summit, has been added to the Embedded Open Source Summit, in person in Prague and virtual, June 27-30. 

The Safety-Critical Software Summit gathers safety experts and open source developers to enable and advance the use of open source in safety-critical applications. We invite you to submit a speaking proposal (click on "Submit to Speak" blue button) for the following topic areas:
  • Open source software interaction with safety standards
  • Best practices to work with regulatory authorities when using open source
  • Best practices for security updates to safety-critical systems
  • Safety engineering applied to open source projects
  • Quality assessments based on data from development
  • Development of technical features with safety relevance
  • Safety analysis approaches and methodology to apply to systems
  • Case studies of existing use of linux in safety-critical domains
  • Other ideas are welcome.
Please note that the Call for Proposal is currently open through February 10th. So please get your submission in as soon as possible.

We would also appreciate it if you could share this event with those in your network who may be interested in the safety-critical software topics and in speaking at the event.

Min Yu
Program Manager
The Linux Foundation
+1(530) 902-6464 (m)